Etizolam comes under the group of drugs called Benzodiazepines. The mode of action is by increasing the activity of the chemical messenger (GABA), which diminishes the irregular and disproportionate activity of the nerve cells in the brain. It is used to treat transient anxiety and insomnia. Adverse effects of this drug include confusion, slurry speech, depression, headache, tremor, altered libido, vision impairment, etc.
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Is it acceptable to take Levothyroxine with an MAO inhibitor?
Query: Hello doctor, I am wondering if I can take Levothyroxine along with MAO inhibitor? Also, I have taken Etizolam for a sleep disorder, how long do I need to wait before I can take MAO inhibitor? Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. You can take Levothyroxine with MAO (monoamine oxidase) inhibitor. The list of contraindicated drugs is as follows. Amphetamines. Cocaine. MDMA (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine). Opiates. Barbiturates. Decongestants and allergy medications. Diet pill... Read Full »
I am unable to fall asleep. Taking ETIZOLA 0.5 for every night. Please advice me.
Query: Dear Doctor, My problem is that, I am unable to fall asleep and it persists for more than a year now. Now started taking ETIZOLA 0.5 for every night. Slight headache is also felt whenever I fail to sleep. I am a male, 38 years old, teetotaller (never drinks alcohol). Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Chronic insomnia in a middle aged man who is a teetotaller is not very common. (Read expert advice for getting a good night's sleep) One leading cause of insomnia, or inability to fall asleep (Initial Insomnia) is Major Depression. If you experience periods of increased worrying, decreased energ... Read Full »